To learn more about the Save Emails as PDF by cloudHQ, visit the Save Emails as PDF website.
To install the extension or add-on, choose from the links below:

  1. Introduction
  2. Differences between Save Emails as PDF add-on and chrome extension
  3. How to install Save Emails as PDF workspace add-on
  4. How to save your email as a PDF document on mobile
  5. How to save your email as a PDF document (or append it the existing PDF document) on desktop

Navigating through a Gmail conversation that contains numerous email exchanges can sometimes feel overwhelming, particularly when you’re seeking to focus on or preserve just a single piece from the vast thread. This common scenario often arises when there’s a specific detail or attachment in one email that holds particular relevance or importance, separate from the broader conversation context. Fortunately, Gmail has considered this user need and has designed a remarkably straightforward and intuitive solution to address it.

Imagine, for example, that you’re part of an ongoing email chain discussing an upcoming project. Within this extensive conversation, there’s one email that contains crucial specifications or a pivotal document essential for your work. In such cases, segregating this vital piece of information from the rest of the conversation could not only serve in keeping your focus sharp but also in ensuring that this critical data is easily accessible for future reference.

I am failing to save just one message in an email chain.
If you’re trying to save only one email from a thread in Gmail, it’s pretty easy. Here’s what to do:

  1. Open the email and click on the 3 dots at the top right corner (see screenshot:
  2. Click on Save only this message as PDF like this: